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Asked by Stephen Timms
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Asked on: 09 March 2017
Department for Education
Schools: Finance
Commons
To ask the Secretary of State for Education, with reference to the illustrative funding allocations for 2016-17, published alongside the Stage 2 consultation on the schools national funding formula, December 2016, which local authorities were allocated funding in respect of the mobility factor; and how much such funding was allocated to each local authority.
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Answered by: Nick Gibb
Answered on: 14 March 2017

67 local authorities were allocated funding under the mobility factor. The funding levels for these local authorities can be found on the schools block tab of the NFF summary table published as part of the consultation, and is shown below:

LA

Illustrative NFF mobility factor funding

Barking and Dagenham

£686,976

Barnet

£288,808

Bath and North East Somerset

£21,169

Birmingham

£1,360,241

Blackpool

£159,095

Bournemouth

£90,517

Bracknell Forest

£23,197

Bradford

£684,576

Brighton and Hove

£100,000

Buckinghamshire

£213,516

Bury

£56,146

Coventry

£185,691

Croydon

£950,087

Derby

£617,775

Dorset

£88,800

Ealing

£1,494,552

Enfield

£357,194

Gateshead

£201,200

Greenwich

£506,684

Hackney

£107,202

Hammersmith and Fulham

£121,825

Hampshire

£486,773

Haringey

£368,514

Harrow

£869,088

Hartlepool

£25,357

Havering

£66,221

Hertfordshire

£484,380

Hillingdon

£560,368

Isle of Wight

£117,042

Islington

£16,350

Kingston upon Hull City of

£34,153

Kingston upon Thames

£166,500

Lambeth

£236,168

Leeds

£247,222

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Illustrative NFF mobility factor funding

Leicester

£1,439,023

Lewisham

£126,597

Liverpool

£543,652

Luton

£187,028

Manchester

£1,135,759

Medway

£423,093

Middlesbrough

£119,640

Milton Keynes

£169,919

Newcastle upon Tyne

£451,333

Newham

£2,461,165

North Lincolnshire

£259,388

North Tyneside

£15,050

North Yorkshire

£855,090

Nottingham

£144,252

Nottinghamshire

£175,587

Oldham

£19,752

Oxfordshire

£176,061

Reading

£118,163

Redbridge

£283,214

Richmond upon Thames

£31,523

Rotherham

£125,778

Rutland

£82,685

Salford

£40,079

Sheffield

£157,784

Southampton

£218,728

Southend-on-Sea

£94,357

Surrey

£160,418

Sutton

£2,699

Telford and Wrekin

£78,925

Waltham Forest

£386,059

Westminster

£277,082

Wokingham

£138,404

York

£38,847

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